The fact that streamers owned by major media conglomerates generally release their original programs one episode a week (in most cases) opens up a huge market.I suspect it'll be weekly episodes, like DisneyPlus, rather than like Netflix.
One day the major media companies will decide they don't want to license ANY of their stuff to a competing streamer. When that happens, The Godfather will exclusively stream on All Access (for instance).Well it's been explained on these forums these streamers NEED content. Even if they have to contract someone else's stuff. I guess that's just the way it's gonna be from now on.
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That's crappy. It looks like it's airing in Boston though so I'll be able to see it live.Meanwhile, many NBC stations are un happy with Peacock getting promotion in a 30 Rock special so it won't air on a majority of stations
Blerg, Most NBC Stations Won’t Air the 30 Rock Reunion
So funny they grab older hits from other studios like Matrix trilogy. Also, is that Highlander films or tv series? I thought the series was syndicated.Some of the stuff offered for Free and Pay tiers : Peacock's Content Lineup: What's On the Free and Premium Tiers? | Cord Cutters News
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